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maybe a black widow. >> barbara is in the middle. >> buried secrets. >> thanks for joining us. i'm lester holt. for years the woman in this story lived in the most painful kind of limbo. her son disappeared and there wasn't a shred of evidence what happened to him. she may never have known his fate if not for a quick thinking detective whose tools were the internet and plain old common sense. to solve the cold case she needed the help of a killer. here's keith morrison. >> it's a strange thing that happens among the marshes and the soft soil in coastal florida. things have a way of coming up. things buried in the ground in the past. or both. it was july 2003, beaches quiet, snow birds back up north. no one noticed it first what was starting inland a little in a town called pembroke pines where donna just three months a detective, a rookie really had been assigned to a brand-new cold case unit. >> the sergeant came into the office and dropped a box of papers right on my desk and said here, see what you can do with this. i began to wonder, hmm, is this a test to see can she really
with barbara's father, harry a few months before the murder. a reporter writes for the broward palm beach new times read the letter. all he would admit to is meeting harry in a park near the wal-mart overlooking the place where david's phone would later come out of the ground. >> he said he pointed over to that plot of land and said if you needed to bury a body, that would be a good place to do it. he concluded the letter with i don't know if he had listened or not. >> apparently he did. >> if michael wolfe had really not known anything beyond that point, it would get him off the hook and leave it in the hands of harry britton. >> michael pinned the murder on no one but harry who was safely dead and could tell mow tales. now the detective believed she had enough evidence to bring michael wolfe back to florida to stand trial for the murder of david jackson. >> we did the arrest warrant and within a couple of days, we were flying out to ohio to extradite michael wolf back to florida. >> how did he react? >> he said pretty harsh words. >> you can see it. >> i'm [ bleep ]. >> velasquez had her mo
, barbara hale but i want to simply note that we hit a pretty important milestone in the history of lafco here in san francisco. this past tuesday we have a final vote at the board of supervisors, an eight-three vote on community aggregation which allows the clean power program to move forward. certainly the first phase of that program, and i want to begin by thanking all of the members of the lafco, the commission who are here today and have been working on this for so many /)n)eí/years. of c our vice chair, commissioner avalos, one the newest members and commissioner olague and commissioner shelt -- schmeltzer and i want to thank you for your insight and that this program was done in the right way and we keep the various agencies accountable and i want to thank you for that, and i also want to thank our fab fabulous lafco staff. it took a lot of work behind the scenes and they're always ready to do what had to be done and of course this wouldn't be possible without the amazing work of the san francisco public utilities commission and we heard what everyone had to say about ed harri
a little bit about families. barbara, what is the proper role of a family member when dealing with a disability issue of an individual with a substance use or a mental illness? well, i think it's important for the families to be involved and to help the provider, the care providers, understand the background of the family and the background of the individual. how-what role their disabilities played in their lives, and what kinds of limitations they might have. but at the same time, you know, you reach a point where you have to let the person, the butterfly go free. so i think families have to have a little balance, have input, but then let the person go. and be part of their own recovery. dr. clark, i want to move now to the affordable care act. under the affordable care act, there is this whole movement to integrate services. how is that going to work for individuals with disabilities? well, it actually may work to the advantage of individuals with disabilities. because the integrated continuum of care should foster, in the essential benefit package, comprehensive assessment
'm barbara harrison in for pat lawson muse. the rain and potential for long commutes. >> big cloudy start to this week. chuck bell joins us now with word on if that could include some storms. how about it, chuck? >> well, j and barbara, yes, indeed there's still an opportunity for rain showers. i can't rule out one or two isolated rumbles of thunder. no widespread severe weather. that's the good news in all this. there are actually breaks of sunshine between some of the rain drops right now frl. 70 degrees at national airport. winds gusting to 22 miles per hour. we're still waiting on the cold front to reach us in the immediate washington area. temperatures remain very, very mild indeed. still 70 downtown. 70 in manassas. 70 degrees in culpepper. a bit of the cooler air arrives across parts of northern and western maryland. rain showers northern montgomery, maryland and more showers out to the blue ridge. once you get south of the winchester area, front royal. we'll keep an eye on this over the next couple hours. nothing all that heavy or severe. sometimes a little bit of rain can slow th
. and president and chief executive officer, stepping stone of san diego, san diego, california. dr. barbara l. kornblau, j.d., disabilities attorney and professor, school of health professions and studies, university of michigan-flint, flint, michigan. ed hammett, consumer advocate, marbury, maryland. dr. clark, how many people in the united states have a disability? that number is not exactly clear, but we estimate roughly 53 million people have a disability, and it may be larger because, again, it turns on new classification schema. but at least 53 million. john, how do we define a disability? well, a disability is really kind of a legal and an administrative term. and in some quarters you might be considered disabled, but by another jurisdiction you might not be considered disabled. but i use the term, often, physical sensory, cognitive, and developmental disability to really clarify what we're talking about. so, barbara, in terms of a real sense, so there are individuals who may have had accidents are now paraplegic, quadriplegic- in terms of those with a substance use or mental illness,
side of the city. they're looking at other sites as well and barbara is here to give a policy overview of the project, some of the siting considerations, the process -- the public participation process they're in right now and i will talk about next steps so thank you barbara. >> thank you. i am barbara palassos and a project manager with the sfpuc and i am here here'd to give you a introduction about this project of the i will talk about the water portfolio and the water program we're implementing here in san francisco. provide more details for the east side project. the sites we are considering and this project that we think is part of this project being successful and moving forward. as you know we provide drinking water to 2.6 million people in the bay area and includes all of san francisco and the 27 wholesale agencies outside of the city. the water is conveyed through pipelines and tunnels and we have several treatment plants. to make the system reliable and less vulnerable to earthquakes we are implementing our water system improvement programs and projects to upgrade this c
here. >> reporter: denise says she knows the woman who lives here and calls her barbara. she says barbara lives here with the homeowner, a retired san francisco firefighter currently on a trip to utah. this is barbara's sister who told me off camera that barbara and the homeowner were involved in a long happy relationship. >> we are going to pull out all the stops to be sure what we're doing is correct and if this was a homicide that we have the upper hand. >> reporter: now, investigators say it's also possible that what happened here overnight was a suicide. live in castro valley, anne makovec, cbs 5. >> thank you. >>> we got some more breaking news this in oakland right now. we're told holy name university's campus is on lockdown at 3500 mountain boulevard in the oakland hills. this is live footage from chopper 5. police tell us that someone called in to say they saw a person possibly armed with a weapon on the campus. officers are now searching the school right now. once again chopper 5 overhead showing several police cars over holy names university. right now that campus on co
>>> good morning and welcome to news 4 midday, i'm keith russell. >> i'm barbara harrison. i's tuesday october 9, 2012. a judge sentenced jerry sandusky to 30 and no more than 60 years prison. the 68-year-old will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars. the former penn state assistant football coach was convicted in june of sexually abusing ten boys. he denied the allegations, talked about his life in prison and the pain of being away from his family. the judge called the case a story of betrayal and sandusky continues to assault their psyche's and souls. one of the victims said you should be ashamed of yourself going on to say i don't forgive you and i don't know if i ever will. here is what one of his lawyers said moments ago. >> we are pleased with the sentence. it's less than we thought it could have been. >> the judge could have given him 100 years to 200 years. the judge was sending a message that what was done required retribution and balanced out the good he's done. >> he maintains his innocence. yesterday, he read another statement on penn state radio. sandusk
in politics. that includes olympia snowe, barbara mikulski and elizabeth dole and why they haven't been considered as possible contenders for the presidency. this is just over an hour. >> thank all of you for coming out. it's great to have you back. great to have you here as new friends. let me start tonight and ask you, you focus in your book on nine women. how did you select those nine women? >> i think the best answer is we could have looked at more, but within the confines of the book you can only do so much. so we wanted diversity. we wanted democrats, republicans. we wanted different parts of the country. to some extent we wanted different ages. we knew on the basis of nine, you can't make generalizations that are 100% certain. we say as much in the book. our conclusions are hypotheses that other people might now run with, but in order to make even those kind of a hypotheses we needed a fairly diverse group. >> we also included women, yeah, there's a white house project that's been around a while, and they had eight in '08. so several other women that the white house project has i
>>> good morning and welcome to news 4 midday. i'm keith russell. >> i'm barbara harrison. itis wednesday, october 17th, 2012. obama and romney had a debate that featured plenty of fireworks. they took an aggressive tone in the conversation. they clashed on several issues. as always, who came out as a winner depends on who you ask. melissa mollet is live with more on that. >> good morning. if you like the presidential debates, two forecasts and verbal sparring. last night's face-off was the one for you. millions watched to see if president obama could bounce back. >> you want me to answer. i'm happy to answer the question. >> and it is? >> it was a testy change at hofster university. the gloves came off. it looked like the candidates were going start boxing. >> i had a question. >> president obama more aggressive than in the first go round. he appeared more comfortable with the town hall style format. romney didn't back down, standing his ground on an evening that will be remembers giving the impression they are starting to like each other less and less. >> how much did you cut
. >> the second item is an update on cca and ask barbara hail for an update. >> barbara hail, general assistant for power. i'm happy to report we completed the board of supervisors process september 18th. our program as conceived and presented to you is -- has been formally approved. just to remind folks i have a few slides on overhead, please. this program is the program as we have talked about it several years now. it provides customers -- residents in san francisco, businesses an opportunity to choose clean, renewable power as power to their business or residents, a partnership with pg&e where pg&e continues to provide services except for generation supply. it is premium, 100% renewable so it is more expensive to participate in this program than in pg&e standard tariffs. we have the same program mitigations that we have described to the commission before for our program risks targeting and phasing the program to make sure we have the right mix of customers for procured power. we are procuring power under contract with shell energy north america. part of what we engaged in with the board of s
support from the city. so, mayor lee, thank you. (applause) >> thank you. thank you, susan and barbara, and thank you all for coming out today on this ribbon cutting on a very, very important center of research. we have never given up on this fight to end aids, and i am so thankful to be working with supervisor scott weaner and supervisor david campos and the board of supervisors. and we have through the budget year in and year out, and particularly this last couple years, where state and federal funds may have been waiting. we stood up and said, we are continuing this fight at the highest level to make sure we fund everything we can to end this aids epidemic. you know, i've been in the city working and the numbers came out. there were 20,000 people that died of this dreaded disease. there were over 20,000 people, more still are suffering from the aids epidemic and we need to find those cures. and, so, today is a delightful day because it is now again a part of the innovation spirit of this city that we create the clinical resources that we need, the laboratories that we need to invite
hiv/aids. your executive director dr. susan bookbinder and director of public health barbara garcia. also please join me in thanking mayor ed lee for his leadership in assuring that san francisco ans living with hiv/aids continue to have access to the care they need. (applause) >> the fight against hiv/aids has been one of my top legislative priorities for 25 years. as one of the earliest and hardest hit cities, san francisco has also been at the forefront of responding to the crisis of hiv/aids. from our community-based system of care to the cutting edge research at ucsf. working together we apply san francisco's model on a national scale with the creation of the ryan white care act, housing opportunities for people with aids and the national aids strategy. now with the passage of the affordable care act, we will ensure that everyone including hiv patients has ensurance of the ability to afford lifesaving medications. with the addition of the federally supported bridge hiv research facility, our city will continue to lead the way as we strive for better treatments, a vaccine, and f
joined also by barbara hale. >> ms. hale will speak to the first item. >> commissioners. barbara hale, assistant general manager for power. since i appeared before you last our commission has authorized us to go forward with a communications, customer notification the taft order with the winning group and we will go forward with targeting the group and what factors that we need to take to add the boards communications and the focus rolling it out, launching the program to customers with service as earliest as july 2013. we expect to be before our commission on november 13 with a proposal for how to incorporate the direction from the board into the program, and then before the yourself and our commission in a joint meeting on november 30 where we will talk again about the same concept. how to factor in the direction we receive from the board into the program as we previously conceived of it. what the timing is that we envision to make sure that we're getting -- we're incorporating that direction and approaching the program at a pace that our commission and the lafco commission is co
>>> good morning, everyone. welcome to news 4 midday, i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith. the wait is almost over for the playoff game two hours away. fans are already filling into the ballpark to watch one of the biggest sporting events in d.c. this year or ever, for that matter. game three of the division series, we played two in your house. now welcome to ours. the first post game played in the district in eight decades. melissa mollet is there. they have to be pumped. >> reporter: they are so excited. they could not be bitten by the nats bug like today. people are filing in, going to grab a hot dog and maybe a beer. the 79 year wait is going to be over and baseball will have officially returned to washington. >> go nats, number one, number one, going all the way. >> reporter: outside the stadium, fans pumped. balloons going up, a blur of red and white, fingers up and hopes high that this year is the year for washington. >> i think they areoing to go all the way. this is a special team. >> reporter: take a look at this time lapse, fans waiting for a limited number of tickets rel
>>> good morning, everyone. welcome to news 4 midday. i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. we begin with breaking news. fairfax county police are on the scene of a shooting in getties port. officer found a woman suffering from a gunshot wound. they have one suspect in custody. they believe it wauz domestic incident. we'll bring the latest when it becomes available here on news 4. >> we are ten hours away from the second presidential debate. the candidates will square off on long island. it will be a town hall style debate. the debate will focus on domestic and foreign policy. you can watch it live here on nbc 4 starting at 9:00. stay tuned at 11:00 afterwards. angels of anaheim will monitor the web. you can weigh in with your comments on facebook, twitter or >> today, political experts from around the country are releasing their prediction on who will win. news 4's tony tull is live with what they believe. tony, it has to be close. >> no doubt it's going to be a close race. you can guarantee lots of folks will be tuned in tonight as you mentioned. th
remains in the storm's path. good morning and welcome to news 4 midday. i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. it's friday, october 26, 2012. tracking hurricane sandy. we are keeping a close eye on the storm. the bahamas are still feeling the e if he cans of sandy. the storm is responsible for at least 21 deaths, ten in cuba. let's check in with storm team 4 meteorologist, tom kierein. tom, when would we see the first signs of sandy? >> maybe on sunday. we have been saying the last couple days, sunday. there's been a wide variety of potential land fall areas with this particular storm. so, we are getting, though, a much better view on a greater likelihood of where to make land fall. it's a ragged looking tropical system and swinging rain bands into florida. sandy appears to be tracking to the north. it's interacting with the front, triggering rain in the midwest. both of the systems come together and will rapidly intensify as it gets near the atlantic sea board. winds of 80 miles per hour tracking to the north today and northeast tomorrow. as we get into sunday, taking a turn to the n
of what it is that we're going to try to accomplish? >> barbara hale, assistant general manager for power. what i am proposing and ms. miller and i have not yet had an opportunity to discuss this more fully. i understand the commission secretaries have talked and it's a to do on our list just to talk further. what we would like to propose is to address the time line for providing service, and to give you a flavor of some of the key steps, key activities that have to occur for us to be able to go forward, and to discuss the scope, geographic scope and size of the program and customer base we would be proposing to offer service to in the first phase, both through preenrollment program and the opt out portion of the program so it's those two primary items we have at the puc on our list to discuss with you. miss miller, did you have anything to add or subtract? >> i thought we would talk about marketing and outreach and an item and providing a schedule and have the consultant come if that is possible to talk about approach. >> yes, i think we can definitely talk about general approach. aga
in the news, it doesn't have to be with theft, drugs or partying, lindsey lohan revealing her life to barbara walters. >>> fur heading out the door, get the forecast on your mobile phone. more sunshine, cooler. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6. >>> lindsey lohan will be playing elizabeth taylor. she is going to sit down for an interview with barbara walters on 2020. scheduled to air friday, november 16th. catch it right here on abc 2. >>> rosanne bar tweeted she made it for the ballot in the election in the state of florida. she is one of 12 the candidate. >>> it's october, you are not thinking about swimming. >> city leaders w
] >> one of the greatest honors that i have and barbara garcia, the director of health and one of the greatest honors i have is the critical staff that i get to work with. is going to b [speaker not understood]. [cheering and applauding] >> susan is a premiere doctor in our community, in our san francisco general hospital focused on hiv and aids. ands as importantly and sometimes even more, her importance of being a researcher in the area of hiv and aids and is a renowned world leader in this area. by the way, we have many of you who are, well, world renowned researchers also in the midst of all of us. i'm the principal investigator on this project and that means that i'm supposed to be in charge of making sure it happens. so, we're 70% done and you're seeing one of the major parts of it today. and i want to introduce susan so we can get the show on the road. so, thank you so much. (applause) >> well, i want to welcome you all here today for the launch of our state offices aids renovation project otherwise known as soar. and i'm susan buck binder. i'm speaking on behalf of the
story but it is moving in by tonight and late tomorrow giving santa barbara a better opportunity for rain. 50 in antioch and 49 in san jose, second day in a row they have gotten below 50s on their temperatures. that system out there is moving it but it is not moving it east, it is moving it east and then southeast and as it drives south it will keep us in line for partly cloudy skies and a possibility of showers but the track of it is so weak, showers are near the coast mainly to the south and some of that wraparound by the sierra needs to be watched. partly cloudy skies, sun and clouds mixed but not very warm. 60s and 70s for temperatures today and i hold these with the possibility of splash and dash showers. breezy and sunny and warmer for the upcoming weekend. >>> state leaders are hoping they bring down gas prices and why some could soon be under investigation. >>> check this out, violated interaction between a fan and pro wrestler and the fan tells what really happened and why he might be pressing charges. are you ready ? share everything by turning your smartphone into a mo
that caught fire last week. officers say 58-year-old barbara [ indiscernible ] was attacked and murdered before the fire started. a black 1996 volvo suv was also stolen from the home. police believe the suspect is in his late teens or early 20s. >>> police in vallejo are offering a $10,000 reward for information on the murders of a couple and their unborn twins. last month 31-year-old dashawn jones and 28-year-old ashley mills died after being shot several times. mills was six months pregnant with twins. witnesses saw two men wearing hoodies running away after the shots were fired. >>> police used an early- morning surprise attack to catch four dangerous suspects in a murder case. the oakland s.w.a.t. team started the operation at 5:30 a.m. this morning. detectives hope the arrests will help them solve the murder of a 20-year-old man this past january. they believe that murder was gang-related. >>> a shark has killed a surfer off the central coast beach. it happened at surf beach near vandenberg air force base in santa barbara county this morning. the 38-year-old man was surfing with his
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